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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... dogs are not allowed in the lounges and had a coffee whilst we waited. At 6.15 we had arrived, we went down to the garage, it was so packed with wagons that we struggled to make our way to the back where we had parked. As we squeezed around the wagons customs and immigration were searching under and on them. We sat and waited in Dream Catcher until it was our turn to move, as we drove down the center of the garage immigration had found two stow ...
... balls in sauce with some vegetables and bread. Then panatone bread for dessert.
In the evening Rob, Liam and I went out for a walk into the town square and for Liam to run off some energy, it's very hard for him being inside all day with the cold weather! We saw some amazing nativity scenes that must take nearly a year to set up!. Rob & I have walked the main road into the square many times before on other visits and didn't realise there were so ...
We're en route to Naples and broke the journey in Civitanova Marche, a delightful sea side town, which must buzz during the summer. Over this weekend they were hosting a festival of chocolate, I have never seen so many chocolate stalls in one location, all overflowing with delicious looking things......Dalmatians, shoes, tools and even things that looked like ...
... a HUGE coastal city and was a major ship building port at the peak of the Italian economy. There was a very cool church on top of the hill. After there we drove north to a coastal resort town where we ate at a restaurant called Bano. Most of the several miles long strip including large hotels were completely closed since Europeans typically only vacation June, July and August. The town is not easily accessed by tourist so ...
... however most likely his last name was Caucci and he came from a very small town called Porchia on top of a mountain in the Marche region of Italy (about 25 miles north from a much larger town called Ascoli-Picerno.) I would not have been able to find that much out if Gianna didn't storm the election office asking to see the registration books. ...